Satellite Coach – East Midlands
We are looking for an ambitious coach who can work as part of a team to successfully develop rowers in the East Midlands.
The GB Rowing Team’s aim is to create an Olympic Pathway that is open, accessible and clear, so that any individual who has the potential to row for Great Britain can achieve their ambitions. The Satellite Coach post-holders will play a key role within that Pathway, supporting the Performance Development Coaches in their region to identify, recruit, and develop new athletes with future Olympic potential who might not otherwise enter the sport of rowing or excel within a traditional ‘mainstream’ rowing pathway. In particular the post-holder will act as the link between the Regional GB Performance Development Academy, and the wider region, supporting identified ‘satellite’ athletes and their coaches in clubs, supporting regional coach development, and engaging with Youth Rowing Outreach programmes to create opportunities for talent to be developed from groups who wouldn’t otherwise engage in the sport of rowing.
We are looking for ambitious coaches who can work as part of a team to successfully develop rowers progressively following a long-term development model. You should have the experience and personal qualities to enable you to work within a high-performance rowing environment, and aspire to work with clubs and coaches to create a hub of activity which enables individuals, who may not otherwise have the opportunity, to reach the very top of the sport.
Please find the job description for this role here.
Other Roles Available:
We are currently looking for four Satellite Coaches to work in the following Regional Hubs:
You can find the full Job Description & Person Specifications by clicking on the link to each
The position of Satellite Coach is a full-time paid role. It offers the opportunity to join our team at an exciting time for the Olympic Pathway, as we embark on delivering a bold and ambitious new strategy to identify and develop our Olympic Rowers of the future.
How To Apply
To apply please complete the application form linked here and send alongside a CV to our HR Manager at [email protected].
Applications will close at 09:00 on Friday 3rd March. Interviews will take place either at the British Rowing National Training Centre in Caversham or British Rowing’s HQ in Hammersmith. Interviews are scheduled to take place weeks commencing March 6th and 13th.
If you are interested in discussing any of the roles listed above please contact Peter Sheppard ([email protected]) our Deputy Director of Olympic Pathways or Tom Pattichis ([email protected]) our Olympic Pathway Manager.
Application Dates: From Monday 13th February 2023 to Friday 3rd March 2023